Define a hero for me?!!! Who are our heroes? This simple question can reveal your values and even your core beliefs. Do we look for our heroes in Wall Street or athletics? The media and the athletic leagues count on us to worship their leaders. We are being told who to view as heroes—if you can’t find a hero they will find one for you. Maybe for some it is the football player who is the 1,000-yard rusher or the best of the best at his position. We humans are drawn to heroes—competitive eater, Joey Chestnut, could be someone’s hero when he broke his own world record on the fourth of July this year by downing 72 hot dogs in 10 minutes or your hero might be a best-selling author. We like heroes—we admire achievement and can even worship our heroes. It often times does not matter if our heroes are honest or honorable. I prefer to look for my heroes in the common places—those who serve others without wanting to be noticed. The person who just lives to make a difference in the lives they can touch. Hero can be defined as an object of extreme admiration. My admiration is with the selfless servant.
The real heroes in the work of IFC/Hohidiai are the staff who serve faithfully. They are the ones on the front lines who touch lived on a day-to-day basis.These are amazing people and we are so proud to have them on our team. They serve humbly and selflessly.